While many people focus on the movie portion of the Golden Globes, the TV portion is important to keep an eye on, especially because TV is coming back as a popular entertainment media. There have been a lot of good shows premiering in the last few years, and it shows as a lot of the nominees are from newer shows and the newer ones are winning more.
With that being said, this side of the ceremony wasn’t as diversed in it’s winners at the movie portion.
Homeland took home all the awards for the drama shows winning Best Drama, Best Actor for Damian Lewis (2nd in 3 nominations) and Best Actress for Clare Danes (4th in 4 nominations, including 2nd for this role).
Damian Lewis’s speech can be seen here:
Clare Danes’s speech can be seen here:
HBO’s hit new show, Girls, took home two out of the three comedy awards winning Best Comedy and Best Actress for Lena Dunham (1st win in her 1st nomination).
Her touching speech can be seen here:
For the TV movie or miniseries awards, Game Change took home 3 out of the 5 nominations including Best TV Movie or Miniseries, Best Actress for Julianne Moore (2nd in 7 nominations) and Best Supporting Actor for Ed Harris (2nd in 6 nominations).
For the complete list of winners go here: